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Welcome to the Xilinx Embedded Vision Portal

Xilinx All Programmable solutions for Smarter Vision put your development team at the forefront of the embedded vision revolution with the unique Zynq-7000 All Programmable SoC serving as a foundation building block. Xilinx Zynq-7000 All Programmable SoCs enable extensive system-level differentiation, integration, and flexibility through a compelling blend of software programmablility via a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor, programmable hardware based on Xilinx’s world-class FPGA technology, and extensive I/O programmability including optional muti-Gbps SerDes ports.

Embedded vision has become an essential requirement for an increasingly vast array of applications and markets in many industries including Aerospace, Automotive, Broadcast, Defense, Consumer, Industrial, and Medical. Xilinx’s All Programmable Smarter Vision technologies enable you to pioneer next-generation of Smarter Vision systems. The inherent flexibility of Xilinx All Programmable devices allow your design team to deliver new vision-enabled products incorporating the latest vision standards, functions, and algorithms much faster than your competitors.

Xilinx has fielded a comprehensive infrastructure of tools and vision-centric SmartCORE IP to help your team get to market first with the best design incorporating the latest, most advanced vision enhancements. The Xilinx Smarter Vision design infrastructure includes the Vivado Design Suite that incorporates Vivado HLS (high-level synthesis), the Vivado IP Integrator for rapid development of proprietary IP, OpenCV (computer vision) libraries, vision-centric SmartCORE™ IP blocks, and a number of specialized vision-centric development kits.

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June 02, 2013

Paul Zoratti, ADAS Architect at Xilinx, delivers a technical presentation at the April 2013 Embedded Vision Summit.

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May 17, 2013

José Alvarez, Xilinx Engineering Director for Video Technology, delivers a technical presentation at the April 2013 Embedded Vision Summit.

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April 08, 2013

Semiconductor and software advances are enabling medical devices to derive meaning from digital still and video images.

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March 18, 2013

Machine vision technology is growing in adoption, and it has been and will continue to be deployed in a variety of application areas.

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March 07, 2013

Image enhancement functions are key elements of many embedded vision designs in improving downstream algorithms' ability to extract meaning.

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October 18, 2012

Dan Isaacs of Xilinx and Michael Fawcett of iVeia co-deliver a technical presentation at the September 2012 Embedded Vision Summit.

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April 20, 2012

Embedded vision applications deal with lots of data; a single 1080p60 24-bit color video stream requires nearly 3 Gbps of bandwidth.

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March 23, 2012

Rapidly emerging embedded vision applications require ability to do realtime processing of one or more HD video streams at high frame rates.

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March 20, 2012

Converting images from one color domain to another is a common and often misunderstood operation in embedded vision processing.

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February 28, 2012

José Alvarez, Video Technology Engineering Director at Xilinx, introduces the basic steps in the development of embedded vision systems.

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